Load Development, At Home And In-the-field

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Load Development, At Home And In-the-field

Load Development, at Home and In-The-Field
By E. Wade Loudamy of LegacyShootingProducts.com

In pursuit of long-range extreme accuracy, most of us reload to achieve the best performance from the rifle/ammo, whether for competition, hunting varmints or for pursuing big game. A load that produces sufficient velocity and achieves superb accuracy requires variations of components and how they are...


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Didn't read the whole article, but weather / atmospheric conditions certainly would be a factor in reloading in the field. Humidity can affect powder weights, and of course any breeze affects a scale. I also get a bit paranoid about exposing primers to humid conditions. All my supplies are kept in a low humidity cool storage area.
 

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